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Let’s Talk about Sex and COPD

4 Feb 2014
| Under COPD, Lifestyle | Posted by
Let's Talk about Sex and COPD

Sex and COPD With Valentine’s Day around the corner, you may be thinking about that special someone a little more often and your mind might be wandering to the subjects of sex, love and intimacy. Every relationship defines love a little differently. To one person, the act of showing meaningful affection might mean a night…

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Flu Season 2014 Has Peaked, But You’re Not in the Clear Yet!

27 Jan 2014
| Under Lifestyle, Lung Disease, Related Conditions | Posted by

How to Be Prepared for Flu Season 2014 If you are diagnosed with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), emphysema, chronic bronchitis or pulmonary fibrosis you probably already know that a yearly flu shot is essential no matter how prepared you feel. If you are hearing, or are using, the same tired excuse between sneezes, “It’s just the flu…it will pass,” you need…

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Cellular Therapy 2014 – Make it Your Resolution!

9 Jan 2014
| Under Lung Disease, Treatments | Posted by

Cellular Therapy 2014 We know. Everyone has a love/hate relationship with New Year’s resolutions. Whether yours is to get more active, eat healthier or take control of your lung disease symptoms, we want you to know that these goals are completely within your grasp. So stop saying, “I can’t” or “I’ll call tomorrow.”  The only…

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